E X H I B I T O R S
We are delighted to announce the following exhibitors will be exhibiting at our forthcoming event.
J A N E W A L K E R
ARTIST - OILS
I paint mostly urban, and semi-urban scenes, mainly in oils. Most of my paintings are of places in, and around Salisbury.
M E L I S S A W A D S W O R T H
ARTIST - CHARCOAL & ACRYLIC
With a limited palette Melissa likes to use bold and vibrant colours to investigate the patterns and structure of landscapes, tree’s and the architecture of Salisbury. Or in contrast to explore the tonal values of charcoal through portraiture or life drawings.
L O U I S E B I S H O P
ARTIST - WATERCOLOUR
Louise is a water colourist who has enjoyed painting while in lock down. Confined to her garden she was inspired to return to painting flowers and foliage from her garden Her work both in drawing and painting is very delicate with a lovely sense of colour and in a sensitive way her art will give joy to both her and the viewer.
S H E L I A K E R R I G A N
ARTIST - FINE ART BATIK
Sheila Kerrigan BA (Hons) is a Contemporary Batik Artist, creating unique original paintings taking inspiration from the natural world, using hot liquid wax-resist dyes' Sheila has had her batik selected by the GQ magazine and exhibited in Dorchester Library for the visit of Prince Edward.
M I A H O U G H T O N
Exchanging London for a studio in her beautiful hometown of Salisbury in order to start Mijoux Creations, Mia now produces gorgeous handmade silver and gemstone jewellery, inspired by nature, water and the beauty of geometry. Mijoux Creations makes affordable jewellery to make you smile, give as unique presents or show someone special that you love them.
B O B N O R M A N
Bob started throwing pots at school, then took it up again after a 30-year gap. Now retired and living in Salisbury, he makes useful items – mugs, jugs, bowls, dishes …. He uses stoneware which is hard wearing and may be used in the oven, microwave and dishwasher.
P I P P A M A Y E L L
Pippa is a published illustrator and artist who also does commissioned work. She seeks to express the beauty of form, colour & rhythm in nature and objects, and to capture the essential character of her subject. Her work ranges from illustrated books, to landscapes & portraits in oil.
H E A T H E R O L S E N
I dropped art at 13, to take the “academic” subjects. This rankled - I loved art. Years later a short ceramics course at a London Art School enthused me. It still does! I experiment with lace/seashells/leaves/found objects to texture the clay’s surface. I make things to raise a smile – animals; paint-boxes; tiny tables set for breakfast! Ceramics offers scope for continual learning of the techniques and science of ceramics.
M A R Y C O L E
After many years of making pots, Mary has found that lockdown has produced an explosion of creativity around flora and fauna. She uses fresh flowers and leaves to create her designs as well as hand drawn images.